Alexandre Roubtzoff is unknown by the general public, having spent his life fleeing from journalists. His reserved nature and desire for discretion at a time when exhibitionism reigned, greatly hampered the growth of his reputation. Yet he did not disappear as a complete stranger when he died in Tunis in November 1949. The warm tribute he received proved his strong position within the Tunisian art world. His name will remain forever tied to Tunisia as evidence of the rich artistic creation in Tunis between the two wars.
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